SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Two men who are being at the U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, are accused in two attacks that happened inside the prison.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The way Missouri taxpayers fund higher education is changing today.
OZARK, Mo. -- MoDOT is postponing work on Highway 65 north of Ozark until next week.
Thanks to electronic devices, workers have more options to check in at the office. As the last long weekend of the summer approaches, get tips to really escape.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests high schools and middle schools should start their day at 8:30 am at the earliest. A look at how two local schools handle it.
An attorney says same-sex health benefits by a local fire district aren't allowed by Missouri. Getting calls from the 202 area code? It's likely a scam. And meetings tonight on Highway 60 improvements - and with Springfield's new school superintendent. Plus...Lindsey Day on how much longer we have to wait before the cool-down gets here. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
ROGERSVILLE, Mo. -- People who live in Greene and Webster counties and regularly use Highway 60, might want to go to a public meeting today, Thursday, August 28.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield Superintendent John Jungmann today holds the first of 4 community meetings to get input about the direction of the Springfield public school system.
Here are some of the things happening in the Ozarks on Thursday, August 28, 2014
OZARK, Mo. -- Legal advice appears to have decided the fate of a proposal to extend health benefits to same-sex couples for employees of the Ozark Fire Protection District.
OZARK, Mo. -- Ozark Police are warning of an IRS phone scam. Callers claim to be from the IRS and demand money and other personal information.
LEBANON, Mo. -- More than 100 dogs and cats from the Lebanon Humane Society were removed from the shelter Wednesday morning and taken to other shelters in St. Louis.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. -- According to CBS-affiliate KCTV, Ramy Demboski was found safe with her biological mother.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Tickets are on sale for Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield’s Moonlight Tour on Saturday, Sept. 13.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Teacher tenure has been a standard practice in American public education for over a century. A constitutional amendment on this upcoming November general election ballot may change this. Amendment three would weaken tenure laws and tie teacher evaluations to students' performance.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The City of Branson is looking at new funding options for the "Spirit of 76" project, after MoDOT’s transportation tax was shot down by voters.
BRANSON, Mo. – The City of Branson released a revised draft of the proposed smoking ordinance Wednesday after several weeks of public input.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. – Deputies are investigating a burglary Wednesday morning at a residence in the 3200 block of W. Roxbury in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – During a meeting on Tuesday, Springfield Public Schools approved the 2014-15 tax rate, increasing property taxes by about $30 on a home valued at $100,000.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A new signage program from Springfield Public Works and Public Information departments starts this week giving citizens details on major projects.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Former St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom II has been named the director of the Department of Public Safety.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A woman who was found guilty of embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Andy Williams Moon River Theater, has now admitting hiding those fund to void income taxes.
CAMDENTON, Mo. -- One of two men who were in a speedboat that flipped and crashed at Lake of the Ozarks Saturday, has died from his injuries.
A deal is finally in the works with Menards to sell the property where the original Hickory Hills school sat. Health and WIC services in Republic get a big boost today. And another scorcher of a day before a slow cool down begins. Here's your Morning Quick Cast!
BRANSON, Mo. -- One of three men who fell into Lake Taneycomo after their boat capsized Tuesday, has died.
WASHINGTON -- Senator McCaskill plans a hearing on the militarization of police departments as soon as Congress returns to Washington from its August break.
News events in the Ozarks happening Wednesday, August 27
OZARK, Mo. – MoDOT is alerting drivers to lane closings on Rt. 65 at Farmer’s Branch Bridge, north of Ozark, starting tonight, August 27.
BRANSON, Mo. - Even with summer temperatures heating up, some say this is the best time of year to visit Branson.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Burger King is acquiring Canadian coffee and pastry company Tim Hortons and moving its headquarters to Canada.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- During a visit to a Springfield steel manufacturer Tuesday, Sen. Claire McCaskill said the United States Export-Import Bank is a vital tool for companies that do business internationally -- though it could face a rocky road to renewal.
BRANSON Mo. -- A passerby comes to the aid of three men on Lake Taneycomo after a boating accident just below the Table Rock Dam. One of the men had to be taken to an area hospital.
CBSNews -- If you've been spending a lot of time outdoors and have suddenly developed an allergy to red meat, you may want to check yourself for ticks. The Lone Star tick can set off a potentially life-threatening red meat allergy.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A grand jury will decide the next step in the Michael Brown case. Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson shot and killed the teen on August 9th. The jurors will have to look into allegations of criminal activity.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- High heat and humidity will hang on for a few more days in southwest MIssouri, prompting National Weather Forecasters to keep a heat advisory in place until 7pm Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Police officers should all wear body cameras to document public encounters -- especially if their departments seek federal funding, Sen. Claire McCaskill said in Springfield on Tuesday.
CBSNews -- For the fourth time in a decade, Allstate has named it "America's Safest Driving City" in its annual analysis of car accidents.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Judges would be allowed to decide whether juries would hear evidence of previous criminal acts in cases of sex crimes against minors, if voters approve Amendment 2 on the November ballot.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Lawyers for Craig Michael Wood discussed with Circuit Judge Dan Conklin and prosecutors which jury would hear Wood’s murder trial during a hearing Tuesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- At a luncheon Tuesday, city council heard the next phase in a long-term plan to eliminate storm water from overflowing sewage drains in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – During a court appearance Tuesday, a former Springfield Police officer plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge stemming from shooting an unarmed man in May 2014.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Hewlett-Packard (HP) is recalling computer power cords after 29 reports of the cords overheating, melting or charring resulting in two claims of minor burns and 13 claims of property damage.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- In an announcement on Tuesday, Springfield Public Schools says a national retailer will purchase the former site of Hickory Hills School for $4 million.
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. -- Another person is now charged with the July 25 beating death of an elderly man in Pulaski County, Missouri.
WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- A woman from West Plains is charged with kidnapping and burglary, after a 4-year old girl was taken from her home Monday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Secretary of State announced Tuesday his office will conduct a recount of the statewide vote on Constitutional Amendment 1 from the August ballot. The amendment, known as the Right to Farm amendment, passed by only 2,500 votes statewide. Nearly a million votes were cast.
NEW YORK -- Burger King announced that it has reached a deal to buy Canadian doughnut chain Tim Hortons and base itself in Canada, a controversial transaction that raises questions about business taxes and corporate patriotism.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- One man is in custody in Springfield after a standoff that lasted more than four hours Tuesday morning.
We may have one more month of summer left, but families should already be thinking about. Flu season is just around the corner.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Attorney General Chris Koster is convening workshops in St. Louis and in Kansas City in October to find answers to low minority participation in law enforcement.